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  1. Got one!! just cant upload a picture,case could do with some tlc but the bct is fantastic and the dial and hands look awesome.......so happy!!
  2. That's brilliant,thank you....just got to find one now!!I suppose that's half the fun :-)
  3. Here are the details from Omega: Seamaster Yachting Gents' leather strap Reference ST 176.0010 International collection 1973 Movement Type: Automatic (mechanical) Caliber number: 1040 Created in 1970 22 jewels Functions Tachymeter, 24 hours, Date, Chronograph Case Stainless steel Case back Screw-in Created in 1970 22 jewels Dial Navy blue, with luminous hour markers (numbered from 5 to 60), luminous "stick" hands and inside tachometer scale (specially made for regattas). This watch may have existed with different dials. Crystal Armoured hesalite Bracelet Leather Water resistance 60 meters More product information Case : "barrel" shape (43 x 43 mm) For leather straps of 22 mm lug-size International Collection : 1973-1974 Swiss retail price (1973) : CHF 740.- The cal.1040 is an excellent movement, I have one in my Seamaster Automatic Chronograph. :) Later, William
  4. Hi, thanks for the help.....it was 176.010, looks really cool and retro and have been told the movement is one of the best that Omega have made.....
  5. Hi Prices went up on the 3rd September.....the new version is due out soon, more expensive but higher spec........sapphire back, screw fixings on liknks etc......looks amazing.....
  6. Hi Have been searching for a vintage Omega for sometime now, i saw a yacht timer recently but am really struggling to find much about them? were they just poor sellers?bad movements? or what.......any info would make a new collector very happy. thanks
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